Convenience store – Silvas Mini Market http://silvasminimarket.com/ Sat, 04 Sep 2021 08:35:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://silvasminimarket.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Convenience store – Silvas Mini Market http://silvasminimarket.com/ 32 32 Leeds supermarket Asda confirms convenience store deployment as two other executives resign https://silvasminimarket.com/leeds-supermarket-asda-confirms-convenience-store-deployment-as-two-other-executives-resign/ https://silvasminimarket.com/leeds-supermarket-asda-confirms-convenience-store-deployment-as-two-other-executives-resign/#respond Sat, 04 Sep 2021 03:45:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/leeds-supermarket-asda-confirms-convenience-store-deployment-as-two-other-executives-resign/ Asda On the Move sites will be opened on sites owned by brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa, who bought the supermarket a year ago. The details come as the Leeds-based supermarket also revealed that two other senior executives had resigned, following the departure of chief executive Roger Burnley, who left earlier than expected last month. […]]]>
Asda On the Move sites will be opened on sites owned by brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa, who bought the supermarket a year ago.

The details come as the Leeds-based supermarket also revealed that two other senior executives had resigned, following the departure of chief executive Roger Burnley, who left earlier than expected last month.

The Asda On the Move sites will open at sites owned by brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa, who bought the supermarket from US retailer Walmart through their EG group a year ago for £ 6.8 billion.

A wholesale deal between the supermarket and the oil parvis company will be signed and the bosses hope to open more in the years to come.

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Each site will stock 2,500 products and will partner with Greggs and Subway, the company said.

The bosses released the details to investors on Friday as part of a quarterly update, although most of the information was reported last weekend by the Sunday Times newspaper.

The supermarket also revealed that sales, excluding fuel, fell 0.7% in the three months ending late June to £ 5 billion from a year ago at the height of the pandemic.

Customers traded and gifted themselves high-end products during the period, with a 23% like-for-like sales increase in Asda’s premium Extra Special line compared to 2019, the company said.

Online sales have gradually declined from levels seen in the first quarter of the year.

No details were provided on the decline in online grocery sales, but Asda said they accounted for 17% of total sales, up from 10% in the second quarter of 2019.

Sales of clothing and general merchandise at constant scope increased by 1.4% compared to the same period in 2019, driven by the continued good performance of the latter.

General merchandise sales on a like-for-like basis increased 9.6% year over year as customers continued to invest in their homes and gardens.

Asda has not disclosed the evolution of sales compared to a year ago.

The supermarket also revealed that operations director Anthony Hemmerdinger and chief strategy officer Preyash Thakrar have both resigned.

They are leaving less than a month after the sudden resignation of former boss Roger Burnley, having expected to stick around to ensure an orderly handover to a successor.

Asda owners have been criticized for the company’s poor governance and reportedly called on former Ocado chairman Stuart Rose to join the board.

Asda pointed out that Client Manager Meg Farren will be joining KFC soon and earlier this year Sam Dickson arrived from Waitrose alongside Carl Dawson from M&S as Chief Information Officer.

Mohsin and Zuber Issa said: “The Asda business has proven to be incredibly resilient in 2021 as customers continue to eat more at home and enjoy both fantastic quality and great food. Excellent value.

“Our Asda On the Move deployment plans will bring Asda to new customers, allowing them to get take-out, essentials for an evening meal, or indulge themselves with premium Extra Special products. in a range of convenient locations.

“We continue to see significant opportunities to drive innovation across the company and look forward to working with the Asda team to execute our growth strategy. “

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PDI Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Orbis Tech to Enter Global Point of Sale Market and Appoints Brad McGuinness as Senior Vice President, Point of Sale Solutions https://silvasminimarket.com/pdi-signs-definitive-agreement-to-acquire-orbis-tech-to-enter-global-point-of-sale-market-and-appoints-brad-mcguinness-as-senior-vice-president-point-of-sale-solutions/ https://silvasminimarket.com/pdi-signs-definitive-agreement-to-acquire-orbis-tech-to-enter-global-point-of-sale-market-and-appoints-brad-mcguinness-as-senior-vice-president-point-of-sale-solutions/#respond Wed, 01 Sep 2021 11:00:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/pdi-signs-definitive-agreement-to-acquire-orbis-tech-to-enter-global-point-of-sale-market-and-appoints-brad-mcguinness-as-senior-vice-president-point-of-sale-solutions/ ATLANTA, September 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – PDI (www.pdisoftware.com), a leading global provider of business management software for the convenience retail and petroleum wholesale industries, has signed an agreement definitive to acquire Orbis Technologies Ltd (Orbis Tech), a global provider of cloud-based point-of-sale (POS), back-office and home office business solutions. The acquisition enhances PDI’s […]]]>

ATLANTA, September 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – PDI (www.pdisoftware.com), a leading global provider of business management software for the convenience retail and petroleum wholesale industries, has signed an agreement definitive to acquire Orbis Technologies Ltd (Orbis Tech), a global provider of cloud-based point-of-sale (POS), back-office and home office business solutions. The acquisition enhances PDI’s international software offerings with a transparent cloud point-of-sale, back-office and home office platform that will help businesses streamline complex in-store and forecourt operations. Besides, Brad McGuinness joins PDI as Senior Vice President of PDI Point of Sale Solutions, bringing over 30 years of expertise in the point of sale technology and petroleum and commodity retail industries.

Orbis Tech has developed modular point-of-sale, cloud-based back-office and home office software that works seamlessly as an end-to-end solution, providing businesses of any size with international operations the flexibility that they need to run their business. PDI has a long history of serving customers and providing software that will meet their needs today while preparing them for what lies ahead. A modern, integrated point-of-sale software suite is becoming increasingly important to the future of convenience stores and the way businesses are reinventing their stores and the customer experience. PDI will continue to invest in the platform to accelerate delivery and ensure continued global operational support for customers.

“We have built a powerful suite of single stack solutions for hospitality, convenience and fuel retail and we are delighted to join the PDI team,” said Jorundur Jorundsson, CEO of Orbis Tech. “Together, we will be able to innovate and deliver even faster, so that we can build on our robust software by leveraging PDI’s expertise in retail back-office operations, corporate security. network and protection of critical data and assets. “

PDI is strengthening its leadership and position in the market as a Brad McGuinness joined the company to oversee their point-of-sale solutions, including the Orbis POS cloud platform, back office and home office. Before joining PDI, Brad McGuinness has held several leadership positions during his 25+ years at Verifone. He was responsible for bringing Ruby, Commander, Topaz and the Verifone Mx multi-pin keyboard product family to the retail and petroleum industries. Early in his career, Brad led key standards development initiatives with Conexxus; he currently sits on the NACS Supplier Council and has been recognized as one of the Convenience Industry 50 Most Influential People.

“PDI has an exceptional reputation in the industry and a world-class management team,” said Brad McGuinness, senior vice president of point of sale solutions at PDI. “I am excited to join the team and look forward to growing the point of sale business and helping PDI customers succeed. “

“Orbis Tech has built a complete solution that meets the needs of our international customers, enabling them to optimize their business while simplifying their technology stack,” said Jimmy frangis, CEO of PDI. “Adding point of sale software, strengthening our back office and home office solutions and appointing an industry veteran Brad McGuinness lead, positions PDI to serve the industry today and help our customers reshape the future. “

Berenson & Company acted as PDI’s exclusive financial advisor in connection with the transaction.

About PDI
Professional Datasolutions, Inc. (PDI) software helps businesses and brands increase sales, operate more efficiently and securely, and improve critical decision making. Since 1983, PDI has proudly served the commodity retail and wholesale petroleum industries. More than 1,500 companies, representing more than 200,000 locations around the world, rely on PDI’s solutions and expertise to deliver convenience and energy to the world. For more information on PDI, visit our website www.pdisoftware.com.

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Tyrone pleads for burglary | News, Sports, Jobs https://silvasminimarket.com/tyrone-pleads-for-burglary-news-sports-jobs/ https://silvasminimarket.com/tyrone-pleads-for-burglary-news-sports-jobs/#respond Sat, 28 Aug 2021 04:21:49 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/tyrone-pleads-for-burglary-news-sports-jobs/ HOLLIDAYSBURG – A Tyrone man has seven years to return $ 57,203 to a Tyrone convenience store after serving one to three years in state prison. Daniel Allen Fink, 45, recently filed a plea of ​​no contest in Blair County Court on charges of burglary, criminal trespassing, theft and receiving stolen property in exchange for […]]]>

HOLLIDAYSBURG – A Tyrone man has seven years to return $ 57,203 to a Tyrone convenience store after serving one to three years in state prison.

Daniel Allen Fink, 45, recently filed a plea of ​​no contest in Blair County Court on charges of burglary, criminal trespassing, theft and receiving stolen property in exchange for recommended incarceration.

Fink’s plea was presented on August 19 to Blair County Judge Wade A. Kagarise, who imposed the sentence in an order recently filed with the county prothonotary’s office.

The plea allowed Fink to avoid a jury trial that could have led to a longer sentence if convicted.

Tyrone Borough Police arrested Fink in October based on an investigation that began in July 2020, when a Borough convenience store owner reported the missing of three bags of cash from a value of $ 57,203, which was in a safe.

The money reflected receipts from five convenience stores, awaiting deposit at a bank, the owner told police.

Through a review of the store’s security video, Tyrone police were able to see a man, later identified as Fink, enter the store’s back room where a safe and video machine are located. The man later came out with bulges in his clothes, police reported.

When police asked Fink what he was doing in the back room, he said he used the restroom and played on the gaming machines. Police, however, found that the recording devices on the video machine were not activated when Fink was in the back room.

Police also learned, during their investigation, that Fink told someone he stole $ 50,000 from the store and used it to buy a vehicle and play with $ 100 bills.

Kagarise’s order forbids Fink to have any contact with the owner of the convenience stores. This also included restitution, with Kagarise ordering the money to be returned within seven years of his release from state prison.

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Starbucks opens community-driven cafe; new cafe, smoothie spots in the northeast | Colombia company https://silvasminimarket.com/starbucks-opens-community-driven-cafe-new-cafe-smoothie-spots-in-the-northeast-colombia-company/ https://silvasminimarket.com/starbucks-opens-community-driven-cafe-new-cafe-smoothie-spots-in-the-northeast-colombia-company/#respond Tue, 24 Aug 2021 15:40:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/starbucks-opens-community-driven-cafe-new-cafe-smoothie-spots-in-the-northeast-colombia-company/ COLUMBIA – A new Starbucks location in Colombia is a first for South Carolina. Starbucks opened on August 20 at 2509, forest road near the newly renamed MUSC Health Columbia Medical Center, formerly Providence Hospital. The cafe is the first in South Carolina to be part of Starbucks’ community store program and the 20th to […]]]>

COLUMBIA – A new Starbucks location in Colombia is a first for South Carolina.

Starbucks opened on August 20 at 2509, forest road near the newly renamed MUSC Health Columbia Medical Center, formerly Providence Hospital.

The cafe is the first in South Carolina to be part of Starbucks’ community store program and the 20th to open nationwide, according to a company statement.

Community stores are particularly focused on diversity in contracts, local hiring in areas that need good jobs, and partnering with local nonprofits, according to the company.

The general contractor for this location was WEBMyers Construction from Atlanta.

artists from south carolina Lauren Andreu and Jared owens painted a fresco that dominates the interior of the cafe.

The fresco is titled “A Great Cloud of Witnesses”, and features images from the work of photographer Columbia Richard Samuel Roberts.

Roberts took photographs in South Carolina in the 1920s and 1930s. His work, rediscovered decades after his death in 1936, offers a remarkable look into the lives of members of the African American community of that time.

The mural depicts the Colombians of today in the context of these early inhabitants, as portrayed so memorably by Roberts.

Starbucks has set a goal of opening 100 community stores across the country by 2025.

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Two new ones in the northeast

A new mall in northeast Richland has one business open and one coming up.

The retail strip is a new part of Summit municipalities, and it’s near the Food Lion store at the edge of The Summit development on Hardscrabble route.

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Open since the end of June is a Human bean driving coffee.

This is the second Midlands location for Human Bean, with the first in South Congarée. A third location nearby Ballentine is next, according to the company’s website.

Next to the human bean at the top, a King of smoothies the location is about to open. Two other stores do not yet have tenants.

New convenience store with more

The Midlands have already seen strong growth in convenience stores that can offer a little more to customers, be it the new 7-Elevens, QuikTrip Where Murphy Express.

Now another project is planned for 446 Clemson Road in northeast Richland, the stretch that was recently widened as one of the county’s penny sales tax projects.

It is a convenience store with eight gas pumps and an imposing building of nearly 7,000 square feet.

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According to its city request, the company will look like the Palmetto routes convenience store in Chapin, and also serve fresh food.

The Chapin store has a hot take-out counter with fried chicken and sides.

The project, designed by Civil Engineering of Colombia, will appear in front of the Columbia Board of Zoning Appeals on September 2, as must all convenience stores and businesses looking to add drive-thru.

Closures

New York Pizza and Pasta Factory To 4350 Augusta Road in Lexington is in the process of being closed by its current owner, although a takeover under a new owner is possible, according to its Facebook page. … the True Value Lumber Store To 1332 Broad River Road is having a store closing sale.

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Joplin Health Department Food Inspections (Aug 23) | Local News https://silvasminimarket.com/joplin-health-department-food-inspections-aug-23-local-news/ https://silvasminimarket.com/joplin-health-department-food-inspections-aug-23-local-news/#respond Sun, 22 Aug 2021 22:15:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/joplin-health-department-food-inspections-aug-23-local-news/ The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. The companies inspected pass or fail depending on the violations found at the time of the inspection. These violations fall into two categories: • Priority violations are more serious and relate to improper handling, storage and preparation of food. […]]]>

The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. The companies inspected pass or fail depending on the violations found at the time of the inspection. These violations fall into two categories:

• Priority violations are more serious and relate to improper handling, storage and preparation of food. The Globe lists the number and summary of each violation.

• Basic violations are less serious and relate to equipment, maintenance and general cleanliness. The Globe only publishes the number.

A failed inspection can result in various corrections depending on the types of violations found. Full copies of each report are available from the Joplin Health Department.

Clark’s Cuisine / Finn’s, 2707 E. 32nd St. Full service restaurant. Routine inspection carried out on August 17th. Results: FAILED with 2 priority violations and 4 main violations.

• Signs of employee alcohol consumption were observed in the Avantco cooler (corrected during inspection).

• Potentially hazardous foods in the Turbo Glass Double Door Cooler are kept cold above 41 degrees.

Follow-up inspection carried out on August 17th. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 3 basic violations.

Zip n ° 5, 2115 S. Connecticut Ave. Convenience store. Routine inspection carried out on August 17th. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 basic violation.

Lety’s Snacks Y Mas, 116 Range N Line Road. Fast food. Routine inspection carried out on August 19. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 basic violation.

Mythos Euro Greek Kuzina, 1306 S. Range Line Road. Full service restaurant. Routine inspection carried out on August 19. Results: PASS with 1 priority violation and 3 basic violations.

• raw eggs stored on top of less hazardous or ready-to-eat foods in meeting rooms (corrected during inspection).

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The fight for food justice https://silvasminimarket.com/the-fight-for-food-justice/ https://silvasminimarket.com/the-fight-for-food-justice/#respond Sun, 22 Aug 2021 14:05:06 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/the-fight-for-food-justice/ Once a week, I walk 1.3 miles to the nearest grocery store in the sweltering summer heat of Florida. I don’t own a car and there is no convenient bus line to get there. Before I got to know the area better, I walked a total of 3.6 miles each week to and from a […]]]>

Once a week, I walk 1.3 miles to the nearest grocery store in the sweltering summer heat of Florida. I don’t own a car and there is no convenient bus line to get there. Before I got to know the area better, I walked a total of 3.6 miles each week to and from a different grocery store. I live in what is called a food desert.

The term “food desert” can be a bit misleading, conjuring up images of the Dust Bowl and dying crops, but it’s actually used to describe urban areas devoid of grocery stores offering healthy foods within a radius. one kilometer. They are often found in the same areas with a predominantly black and Hispanic population and a low median income. There may still be convenience stores and fast food outlets, but food desserts are particularly lacking in full-service grocery stores that sell fresh fruits, vegetables, and minimally processed meats.

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Mike Copeland: Developments on I-35; Lowe’s speculation; New CEFCOs; Growth of the neighbor | News from local businesses https://silvasminimarket.com/mike-copeland-developments-on-i-35-lowes-speculation-new-cefcos-growth-of-the-neighbor-news-from-local-businesses/ https://silvasminimarket.com/mike-copeland-developments-on-i-35-lowes-speculation-new-cefcos-growth-of-the-neighbor-news-from-local-businesses/#respond Sat, 21 Aug 2021 21:47:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/mike-copeland-developments-on-i-35-lowes-speculation-new-cefcos-growth-of-the-neighbor-news-from-local-businesses/ CEFCO Kitchen offers made-to-order meals, such as burritos, tacos, and hand-breaded chicken fillets, to name a few. CEFCO said it will continue to assess opportunities in key growth markets. The growth of the neighbor Waco-based Neighborly, a leading global home service brand franchise, was named to Inc. magazine’s list of 5,000 Fastest Growing Private Companies. […]]]>

CEFCO Kitchen offers made-to-order meals, such as burritos, tacos, and hand-breaded chicken fillets, to name a few.

CEFCO said it will continue to assess opportunities in key growth markets.

The growth of the neighbor

Waco-based Neighborly, a leading global home service brand franchise, was named to Inc. magazine’s list of 5,000 Fastest Growing Private Companies. A press release says it is arrived at number 4 345.

Neighborly, whose campus is located near Cameron Park, has more than 4,800 franchisees representing its 28 brands, including Rainbow International Restoration, Mr. Rooter, Mr. Appliance, Mr. Electric, GroundsGuys and Shelf Genie, according to the website. Neighborly.

“Building one of America’s fastest growing companies in one year is a remarkable achievement. Building one in the crisis we have been through is just amazing, ”said Inc Editor. Scott Omelianuk in the press release.

Companies on the list are ranked by percentage of revenue growth from 2017 to 2020. They must be US-based, private, for-profit, and independent companies, and not subsidiaries of other companies in the United States. December 31, 2020.

Last month, it was announced that KKR, a New York-based global investment firm, would acquire Neighborly from another New York-based entity, Harvest Partners. Neighbourly was founded in 1981 by the late Don Dwyer, operating for years as The Dwyer Group. There remains a member of the Dwyer family employed at Neighborly, and another in an advisory role.

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Chester’s Chicken launches store redesign in 3 new premises https://silvasminimarket.com/chesters-chicken-launches-store-redesign-in-3-new-premises/ https://silvasminimarket.com/chesters-chicken-launches-store-redesign-in-3-new-premises/#respond Wed, 11 Aug 2021 03:36:36 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/chesters-chicken-launches-store-redesign-in-3-new-premises/ Photo courtesy of Chester’s Chicken BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Chester’s Chicken Fresh Fried Chicken Concept, with over 1,300 locations and in business for over 50 years, introduces its first store redesign in nearly 20 years at three new locations in Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores: Durant, Oklahoma (photo); Monroe, Louisiana; and Elk Grove Village, Illinois. […]]]>

Photo courtesy of Chester’s Chicken

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Chester’s Chicken Fresh Fried Chicken Concept, with over 1,300 locations and in business for over 50 years, introduces its first store redesign in nearly 20 years at three new locations in Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores: Durant, Oklahoma (photo); Monroe, Louisiana; and Elk Grove Village, Illinois.

The new look includes a fresh color palette, updated menu boards, and modern architectural and interior branding elements designed to create a better connection with the customer, the company said.

The new in-store experience is the next phase in the Chester brand refresh, following the 2020 launch of the company’s new website with an improved library of marketing and training tools for franchisees, as well as a new streamlined logo that focuses on the Chester the Chicken Mascot, the company said. Also in the past year, Chester’s introduced brand new packaging and overhauled the design of its digital menu board.

“We are on top of fried chicken and continue to expand our offering with trendy, limited-time offers and permanent items like our Fried Chicken Sandwich and Chicken Bites, but it was time to take our store’s aesthetic to the next level. same level as our delicious family recipes, ”said William Culpepper, vice president of marketing. “We enhance the overall experience of fried chicken fans and put the spotlight on the show, our product, in the spotlight with our refreshed design. “

Chester’s partnered with award-winning brand experience and architectural firm Nelson Worldwide to bring the updated vision to life.

“Our intention with this vision was to amplify Chester’s beloved brand and leverage a much bolder, modern expression, as well as play the notion of everything fried to perfection.without any excuse, ”said Aaron Ruef, account manager for Nelson Worldwide, Minneapolis.

Joe Cotton, Vice President of Food Services for Love’s, added, “Love’s is proud to partner with a company that puts its customers at the forefront of everything it does, including providing fresh food options. and tasty with solid experience. We’re excited to play an important role in the redesign of Chester and know our customers will love it too.

The new Durant store opened on August 2; Monroe and Elk Grove Village locations open August 23. Chester’s is gradually rolling out the design with franchisees and plans to open five additional updated locations at Love’s by the end of 2021.

Chester’s Chicken, based in Birmingham, Alabama, offers fried chicken in convenience stores, truck stops and supermarkets. Chester Marinated Chicken is double breaded according to an old family recipe. Chester’s menu includes bone-in chicken, tenderloins, bites, sandwiches and potato wedges as well as breakfast, house sides, dips and desserts.

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SurgePays appoints Feintuch Communications as its benchmark public relations agency https://silvasminimarket.com/surgepays-appoints-feintuch-communications-as-its-benchmark-public-relations-agency/ https://silvasminimarket.com/surgepays-appoints-feintuch-communications-as-its-benchmark-public-relations-agency/#respond Mon, 09 Aug 2021 12:42:31 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/surgepays-appoints-feintuch-communications-as-its-benchmark-public-relations-agency/ NEW YORK and BARTLETT, Tennessee., August 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – SurgePays (OTCQB: SURG), a blockchain financial technology company building a next-generation supply chain network in the United States for convenience stores, mini-marts, tiendas, bodegas, service stations and other merchants serving underbanked consumers, has selected Feintuch Communications as the benchmark public relations agency. SurgePays […]]]>

NEW YORK and BARTLETT, Tennessee., August 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – SurgePays (OTCQB: SURG), a blockchain financial technology company building a next-generation supply chain network in the United States for convenience stores, mini-marts, tiendas, bodegas, service stations and other merchants serving underbanked consumers, has selected Feintuch Communications as the benchmark public relations agency.

SurgePays offers a full range of prepaid financial services, as well as best-selling snacks, sundries and lifestyle products, to independent retailers – more efficiently than existing wholesale distribution models. SurgePays products and services target the 73 million adults in the United States who live in low-income neighborhoods and who shop and get their financial services primarily at their local convenience store. This market, insufficiently served by traditional convenience store distributors, is ripe for disruption.

“We plan to continue to expand our current footprint of more than 8,000 local convenience stores, bodegas and tiendas in a nationwide network of independent merchants offering a mix of our financial, wireless and retail products,” said Brian cox, Chairman and CEO of SurgePays. “We have worked hard to grow our business while going through the Nasdaq listing process for SurgePays and, as described in our registration statement on Form S-1 filed on August 2, 2021, the IPO of our subsidiary LogicsIQ. We look to the Feintuch Communications team to help us better tell our story. Their background in fintech, retail and e-commerce should prove to be a major asset in communicating our growth story. “

“SurgePays is a highly innovative fintech company with a clear vision and business plan to disrupt the way independent traders do business in local communities across our country,” said Henri feintuch, president of Feintuch Communications. “We look forward to working closely with SurgePays to implement a comprehensive sales, financial and sales communications campaign to support its business roadmap. ”

Feintuch Communications’ SurgePays team is led by Feintuch and Doug wright, Senior Account Manager. The company has represented numerous fintech and e-commerce organizations, including ClassWallet, Klarna, Splitit, Optimal Payments, and BorderX Lab.

About SurgePays, Inc.
SurgePays, Inc. uses its blockchain software platform to deliver a full suite of prepaid financial services for underbanked and top selling wholesale products to independent convenience stores, mini-marts, tiendas and bodegas more profitable than distribution models wholesale existing. Please visit www.SurgePays.com for more information.

About Feintuch Communications
Feintuch Communications (www.feintuchcommunications.com), based at New York City, is an award-winning strategic relations firm providing clients with an integrated blend of public relations, advertising / marketing, investor relations and other services to achieve their business objectives. A founding partner of PR World Alliance (www.prworldalliance.com), the company specializes in B2B and B2C programs with a focus on technology, financial services, advertising and media, and clean energy / technology. Feintuch Communications prides itself on its strong service ethic, senior advice and hands-on support.

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Launch of a convenience store chain in Alberta to support a local initiative https://silvasminimarket.com/launch-of-a-convenience-store-chain-in-alberta-to-support-a-local-initiative/ https://silvasminimarket.com/launch-of-a-convenience-store-chain-in-alberta-to-support-a-local-initiative/#respond Fri, 06 Aug 2021 22:00:00 +0000 https://silvasminimarket.com/launch-of-a-convenience-store-chain-in-alberta-to-support-a-local-initiative/ A chain of convenience stores with locations across Canada, including two in Airdrie, has launched an initiative to support local producers during the COVID-19 pandemic. A chain of convenience stores with locations across Canada, including two in Airdrie, has launched an initiative to support local producers during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Paul King, consumer […]]]>

A chain of convenience stores with locations across Canada, including two in Airdrie, has launched an initiative to support local producers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A chain of convenience stores with locations across Canada, including two in Airdrie, has launched an initiative to support local producers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Paul King, consumer marketing manager at Waypoint Convenience, as part of his “Localicious” initiative, stores are stocking part of their shelves with local snacks and drinks.

Formerly known as Mobil gas stations, the company launched a rebranding initiative in 2019, changing its name to Waypoint Convenience. The change ushered in the chain’s “Localicious” initiative, while giving its locations a modern makeover.

“We know [our stores] were rooted in the neighborhoods and communities in which we live and work, ”King said. “It seemed logical to us to focus Waypoint Convenience’s points of differentiation on proximity and good neighborliness.

“Part of this is importing local and regional products from the regions and neighborhoods in which we work. “

Local businesses lining the shelves at Alberta Waypoint locations include Twigz Pretzels – a family-owned Calgary pretzel snack business – and rök Glacier Water, a brand of glacier water that originated in Fortress Mountain Resort, west of Calgary.

“We’re trying to give these guys a chance to be on the set,” King said. “A lot of these local producers are just starting out and you have to give them space and a chance to go, and some of them have more followers than we do. It’s a good partnership to have. “

King added that being part of the success stories of local businesses is what drives the “Localicious” program.

“Supporting the locals and supporting each other makes a bit of sense for us, because we are supported by our communities,” he said. “We want to support our communities at the same time.”

Ashley Ehmann, co-founder of Twigz Pretzels, said she was pleasantly surprised at the support other Albertans have shown for the pretzel brand since it was released in Waypoint stores.

“As a small business owner, any support – especially from Albertans in the area – hits the mark,” she said. “It really gives us that will to keep moving forward and that will to continue to develop our products so that we can provide our product to all Albertans. “

Ehmann said she was proud to see her product alongside other local brands.

Troy Kamphuis-Finnigan, CEO and Chairman of rök Glacier Water, said there has always been a tendency to support local businesses. But with the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, he said people were even more aware of their shopping habits.

“It’s not just about how much bulk you can get for the cheapest amount. [anymore], “he said.” It’s about a clean, healthy and sustainable life. “

Kamphuis-Finnigan added that the addition of the “Localicious” program is a testament to the changing consumer landscape.

“It is becoming less and less attractive for people to blindly send money overseas to companies that are not really eco-friendly,” he said, adding that rök Glacier Water emphasizes plastic-free packaging and environmental responsibility.

“It’s good for the economy as a whole. Dollars that stay local tend to support the local, ”he added.

“These are the dollars your neighbor uses to buy cleats for his daughter who plays soccer.”

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